Throughout March and April, AIS Training and Survivex have been sharing information and expertise to help you progress in careers such as scaffolding, lifting operations, rope access and the offshore oil and gas industry.
The free advice and guidance articles include:
- Reach for the sky in scaffolding
- Onwards and upwards in rope access
- Boost your CV with offshore firefighting training
In addition to these expert articles, we’re giving you the opportunity to gain insight directly from leading companies in the energy sector with a series of live webinars taking place from 27-29 April.
Tuesday 27th April at 4pm with CISRS (Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme) CISRS is the industry-recognised training scheme for scaffolding personnel, and the preferred qualification of all major construction organisations.
The CISRS Scheme Manager, David Mosley, will explain the progression route through scaffolding in a live webinar on Tuesday 27th April. He will provide an overview of the different levels of a scaffolding career, and the job roles which can be attained at each level. You’ll have the opportunity to ask David any questions and find out about the funding and employment options related to scaffolding.
Wednesday 28th April at 4pm with Wood Group Wood Group provide engineering and consultancy services to the energy industry.
Resourcing Lead, Shaun Smith, will discuss Wood Group’s recruitment for lifting operations roles in a live webinar on Wednesday 28th April. He will explain the levels of lifting operations qualifications, and why potential Wood Group personnel are required to have progressed to level 3 Rigger or Banksman and Slinger. You’ll also gain insight into some of their upcoming work scopes, including the Forties shutdown.
Thursday 29th April at 4pm with Atlas Professionals Atlas Professionals provide recruitment and human resources services to the energy industry.
Senior HSEQ Advisor, Mark McDonald, will outline Atlas Professionals green hands programme in a live webinar on Thursday 29th April. He will focus on the benefits of having emergency response training when applying for starter roles in the oil and gas industry, and the companies that employ roustabouts and other start positions. You’ll have the opportunity to ask Mark questions about career progression within the industry and find out about the upturn in work as the season moves on.